Le 08/09/2023 à 09:44, Didier Kryn a écrit : > Le 08/09/2023 à 07:18, Antonio Rendina via Dng a écrit :
>> > Thanks for your answer, but there is still something I don't
>> > understand: the laptops also get their network configuration from the
>> > same DHCP server of the ISP box; how is it then that they get an
>> > from the additional DNS service offered by my desktop?
>> I understand that DNSMasq has is own DHCP server. Did you check if
>> the laptops are connecting to the this DHCP Server or the Access
>> Point DHCP Server?
> I take the opportunity to tell that I checked Fennec's config and
> it seems to have DoH disabled, as I'd expect.
> Maybe dnsmasq features a DHCP service, but it is not enabled in my
> configuration. Not that this is like a systematic test, but, when I
> need to ssh to the desktop and it is off, then I just power it and,
> after a minute it's address name is resolved. I think I'd rather
> suspect the thing works with Linux machines thanks to avahi-daemon. I
> couldn't find anything on the web about the DNSSEC protocol on
> Android; this is frustrating, but, after all, wifi on these engines is
> a goodie while they are primarily designed for GSM.
Sorry, mut, from the beginning of this thread I made a confusion
about protocols, wrting DNSSEC instead of a protocol which has two
names: mDNS and DNS-SD. This is what avahi-daemon is implementing.
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